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An interprofessional simulation course to address the physical health agenda in mental health.
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You can't spell schizophrenia without an 'I': how does the Early Intervention in Psychosis approach relate to the concept of schizophrenia as an ipseity disturbance?
Background and Aim: Operational approaches to psychiatric diagnosis have increased reliability, but the cost has been the reduction of diagnostic concepts to tick-box lists of objective symptoms. Some blame this for growing ...
Changes to Supervised Community Treatment: Fair or Unfair?
This article examines the changes made to supervised community treatment (SCT) legislation, introduced in June 2012. Capacitous patients no longer require a second opinion approved doctor (SOAD) to approve their treatment. ...
Interprofessional, simulation-based technology-enhanced learning to improve physical health care in psychiatry: The recognition and assessment of medical problems in psychiatric settings course
People with serious mental illness have reduced life expectancy compared with a control population, much of which is accounted for by significant physical comorbidity. Frontline clinical staff in mental health often lack ...
Audit of discharges from a regional service in the United Kingdom.
Aim As early intervention in psychosis (EI) continues to develop, clinical governance maintains an important role in the 'real world' analysis of services. This paper details an audit of all discharges from a regional ...